Located in the heart of TFNA, the Roadshow Centre on the shores of Xinglong Lake serves as a window to the TFNA's cultural, artistic and technological innovation heights, and because of its proximity to the lake and its long-range urban iconic character, the design demands a more systematic thinking of spaces, morphologies and relationship to the environment. The design tries to integrate into the lakeside park, adopting a modest, supportive stance on the side adjacent to the city, providing a belvedere for visitors to climb up, while the side facing the lake hovers to form a diverse and pleasant waterfront space. The simple form of the building, with its rough sense of materiality, is seen from afar as if a beast in the lake suddenly leapt out of the water, frozen in a moment of unique symbolism and expression into the environment. The façade forms a wave grille on the outside of the building, with the same texture of the local rough stone. This semi-transparent screen both reduces direct sunlight during the day and creates a changing architectural expression at night. This permeability of façade creates a continuation between the external and internal spaces: the structure, the form of the ceiling and the changing lights and the shades create a sense of gradual sequence and a strong sense of direction facing the lake. The landscape toward the lake, with a distance of 2km, acts as an urban backdrop to the interior spaces. It gives a unique spatial quality to this large, column-free space directly on the water and provides the public with a different experience of waterfront living.